adding new blog (not administrator) No sections defined. Please create...

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When a non root-administrator want to make a blog (through dashboard) I get the following message at the options: Sectie/locatie
No sections defined. Please create a page with the attribute "blog_section" set to true.

My non administrator can't save blog post due to this. It tried the following things:

Gave permission to the problog post pagetype.
In the pagetype settings I put 'always publish under page 'blog'.
I even made this user administrator, but it still didn't work (did remove cache from website and browser).

Ans yes there is a page with the attribute checked (page 'blog'), even this user can see that. As a root-administrator I can post blogs.

What to do to solve this problem?

Thanks!

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annekeh
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Korff replied on at Permalink Reply
Same problem here
RadiantWeb replied on at Permalink Reply
RadiantWeb
hmmm. This may be a bug with posting under a page permissions check. Can you try changing it back the default install option "Choose From Blog Section Pages" and let me know if the problem still exists?

ChadStrat
joshcald04 replied on at Permalink Reply
I have the same issue... Can't go live until users can post!
joshcald04 replied on at Permalink Reply
I have the same issue... Can't go live until users can post!
RadiantWeb replied on at Permalink Reply
RadiantWeb
still waiting for someone to confirm my last question.

ChadStrat
joshcald04 replied on at Permalink Reply
Where do I go to change that option?
joshcald04 replied on at Permalink Reply
Hey,
I solved it on my end...
by following this:
https://www.concrete5.org/community/forums/5-7-discussion/add-sub-pa...
and adding the user in the permission to "add page type" for the "ProBlog Page" type
Then had to do this as well:
https://www.concrete5.org/community/forums/usage/advanced-permission...

Thanks,
Josh
graydog replied on at Permalink Reply
graydog
I'm having this same problem and the linked posts in the last reply did not help. Any chance there will be an update to fix this?
baysmedia replied on at Permalink Reply
I found that I needed to delete the default blog page that gets deployed at installation, and then create a new page and obviously assign that the Blog Post attribute.

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